Nairabet Preview: Tottenham Hotspur – West Bromwich Albion: Expect the Lilywhites to win

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Maurcio Pochettino’s men will head into this tie beaming with confidence after a remarkable outing in Europe

Tottenham Hotspur entertain managerless West Bromwich Albion at Wembley in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon.

The Lilywhites were powerless to stop North London rivals Arsenal as they lost 2-0 at the Emirates last weekend. They however gained redemption in the Champions League, claiming an impressive 2-1 comeback win away to Borussia Dortmund. Nairabet has tagged them favourites for victory in this tie at odds of (1.25).

Things aren’t pleasant for the Baggies at the moment. A 4-0 home defeat to Chelsea last time out was their sixth defeat of the campaign which ended Tony Pulis’ two-and-a-half association with the club.

Tony Pulis West Brom

Sitting in 17th place and facing a tough opponent without a permanent manager makes their task more daunting and are rightly underdogs at (13.50) with the same firm.

10 of the 22 Premier League meetings between both sides has ended in a draw. Odds of (6.25) are available should they claim a share of the spoils again.

Spurs have lost only one of their last 15 games with West Brom and are favourites to avoid defeat at odds of (1.06).

Tottenham Hotspur West Brom PS

During Pulis’ reign at the Hawthorns, the Baggies averaged less than a goal per game. However, with the Welshman out and the potency in attack of Mauricio Pochettino’s side, more than two goals at (1.22) is an outcome worth considering for punters.

Harry Kane has scored six league goals against West Brom and having found the back of the net against BVB in midweek, the Englishman is offered at (2.65) with Nairabet to score first and (1.55) anytime.

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